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Wicked Ridge Introduces TenPoint® ACUdraw™ on Best-Selling Invader G3™ Model and as Add-On Accessory

Posted by: TenPoint Crossbow Technologies
10
Jan 2017

Mogadore, OH.  Wicked Ridge Crossbows, known for producing top value, precision performance crossbows, announced at the 2017 ATA Show that the TenPoint® ACUdraw cocking mechanism is now available on the best-selling Invader G3 model.

A gear-assisted cocking mechanism, the patented ACUdraw is the most user-friendly and practical solution available on the market today for cocking a crossbow effortlessly and accurately. Fully integrated into the stock, with no dangling parts, it reduces the crossbow’s draw weight to roughly 5-pounds.

The ACUdraw is available pre-installed on the new Invader G3 package ($649 MSRP). Winner of the Outdoor Life Great Buy and Petersen’s Hunting Best Value awards, the Invader G3 weighs 6.6-pounds and shoots up to 330 feet per second. Also included in the package is a quiver and three Wicked Ridge carbon arrows.

“When we launched the ACUdraw cocking mechanism in 1996, it changed the landscape of the crossbow market,” said TenPoint® and Wicked Ridge CEO, Rick Bednar.  “Through its many technological improvements it has remained the premiere cocking aid on the market and now, by offering it to our Wicked Ridge customers, it will change the landscape of the entry-level crossbow market as well.”

The ACUdraw is also available as a stand-alone accessory ($239) for previous and current Wicked Ridge models. Pre-2017 Wicked Ridge models may require two additional holes to be drilled in the stock - a template is included with the ACUdraw. If your ACUdraw unit does not include the necessary hardware for installation, please contact TenPoint® Customer Service.

All Wicked Ridge crossbows are USA made, designed, and built by TenPoint Crossbow Technologies® in Mogadore, OH.

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